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    I know I created another topic today, but this came to my head and I thought it could be fun.

    My personal pick would be Toy Story 3. In all fairness, I believe it has somewhat of an unfair advantage over their other films, as it’s a culmination of a beloved trilogy, so it greatly benefits from the goodwill of the first two.

    However, it was still such a perfect ending for a beloved group of characters, perfectly balancing so many emotions on the way.

    For the record, I see the fourth installment as more of an epilogue than an ending.

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    I’m a big Pixar fan.  I think it’s some of the most heartfelt, innovative work in cinematic history.  My favorites are probably:

    Wall-E

    Coco

    The Toy Story Trilogy (let’s forget the 4th one ever happened)

    Finding Nemo

    I’m sure a lot of people are going to mention Up, but beyond a beautiful opening and a sweet ending, the stuff in between doesn’t totally work for me.  I know that this is probably an unpopular opinion.

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    My favorites are WALL-E and Inside Out, mostly for personal reasons.

    WALL-E was my gateway into Sci-Fi, along with Star Wars, when it first released in 2008. So I’ll always remember it as being one of the films that introduced me to what’s now my favorite genre of film. Plus, it was the only movie I ever saw 3 times in the theater for a long time (Avengers Endgame recently became the second).

    Inside Out came at the perfect time in my life. I had just made a very difficult move, like Riley, and was dealing with the complex emotions of puberty, so Inside Out’s story really spoke to me on an emotional level. Plus, it was the first film I ever saw that said having feelings like Sadness, Anger, Disgust, and Fear instead of just being happy all the time were ok, and led to happiness in the long run. If I had to rank Pixar films from a pure story perspective, Inside Out is at the top. But because WALL-E was such a huge part of my childhood, while Inside Out didn’t come until I was much older, WALL-E is my personal favorite.

    Ultimately I’ve always believed that there is no objectively greatest Pixar film. Whatever your favorite Pixar film is is probably either the one you grew up loving the most as a kid, or the one that struck the most chords with you either nostalgically or emotionally.

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    Incredibles and Nemo

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    My favourite Pixar movie is Toy Story

    The best Pixar movie is either WALL-E or Up.

    Yes, there is a difference.

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    1. Ratatouille
    2. Wall-E
    3. Toy Story 2
    4. Inside Out
    5. Toy Story 4

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    Ratatouille. I must have watched it a hundred times when I was a kid. I was living in Paris back then and that movie was a huge deal, basically the biggest movie of the year

    1. Ratatouille
    2. Wall-E
    3. Nemo
    4. Up
    5. Toy Story 3

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    Since others have mentioned several, I’ll say that a few other favorites of mine in addition to Toy Story 3 are Toy Story 1 and 2, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc, and Up.

    By far my least favorite is Cars 2.

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    Finding Nemo

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    Toy Story: LOVE IT
    A Bug’s Life: REALLY LIKE IT
    Toy Story 2: LOVE IT
    Monsters, Inc.: LOVE IT
    Finding Nemo: REALLY LIKE IT
    The Incredibles: LOVE IT
    Cars: LIKE IT
    Ratatouille: LOVE IT
    WALL-E: LOVE IT
    Up: LOVE IT
    Toy Story 3: LOVE IT
    Cars 2: Don’t like it
    Brave: REALLY LIKE IT
    Monsters University: REALLY LIKE IT
    Inside Out: LOVE IT
    The Good Dinosaur: It’s okay
    Finding Dory: LIKE IT
    Cars 3: LIKE IT
    Coco: REALLY LIKE IT
    Incredibles 2: LOVE IT
    Toy Story 4: LOVE IT
    Onward: haven’t seen yet.

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    The Incredibles.

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    Inside Out

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    Ratatouille

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    Monster’s Inc.

    I’ll think I’ll rewatch it today. It’s been awhile.

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    1) Inside Out
    2) Coco
    3) WALL-E
    4) Ratatouille
    5) Up

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